Dear Parents, We would both like to offer you a very warm welcome to The Crescent Academy. This is a wonderful school and we are very proud to be Principals here. We have such polite and hardworking children and marvellous members of staff. We encourage all of our parents to become a part of our rich and welcoming family. Mr Alston and Mrs Williams
The pupils at The Crescent Academy have been discussing ‘What is bullying?’ Here is the definition the children have agreed on:
At the Crescent Academy we have agreed that bullying is not acceptable. Bullying is when someone or a group of people are constantly being mean to one person. It can take many forms like verbal, emotional, physical, racist and can be aggressive. Another example of bullying is called ‘Cyber- Bullying’. This is when someone goes on the internet or phone and writes offending comments every day. When this happens the person being bullied is left feeling heart broken, humiliated, embarrassed, ridiculed, alone and hurt. They may not enjoy coming to school anymore. Bullying is not where someone falls out with someone else or two friends have an argument. You can prevent bullying by talking to people you can trust like teachers and family members.